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Editorial: Public information: Part 1

The "open court" principle in Canada ensures that regular folks, the public, can trust that judicial matters are carried out fairly and openly, without...

150 rescued dogs doing well, humane society says

Shocked homeowner says couple were renting Delater St. house     More than 150 dogs removed from a rented Niagara-on-the-Lake home last week are doing well and likely will...

Council roundup: More feedback sought on gateway project

Niagara-on-the-Lake councillors have decided to give the public two more weeks to offer their comments on the proposed gateway at the intersection of Mississagua and...

Dr. Brown: Indeed, miraculous medical recoveries do happen

When I was a medical student, the dean of Medicine at Western University presented the history of a young man who had a malignant melanoma...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: The end of the Chautauqua Hotel

Further to last week’s photo on the Niagara Assembly establishing a Chautauqua movement in Niagara-on-the-Lake, here is an image of the three-storey Chautauqua Hotel. The Chautauqua...

Chef RyanCrawford opens BarBea wine and snack bar

Chef Ryan Crawford is at it again, this time bringing a Spanish influence to his newest Niagara-on-the-Lake restaurant, BarBea, The wine shop and snack bar...

Arch-i-text: The road forward on development

Over the last two weeks, this column has raised the issue of managing Niagara-on-the-Lake’s development and the role of design review guidelines. For those who...

‘Hammerhead’ turnaround at Balls Beach rejected

Niagara-on-the-Lake town councillors have rejected a staff recommendation to reopen a small parking area where River Beach Drive meets Balls Beach Park and turn it into...

Queen’s Royal Beach water much saferafter major cleanup project

The water at Queen's Royal beach in Niagara-on-the-Lake is significantly cleaner now than it was prior to 2017, water tests results show. Tests show water...

Hummel appeals court decision in lawsuit against town

Niagara-on-the-Lake developer Rainer Hummel has filed an appeal in a lawsuit against the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that was rejected in April. The lawsuit, filed on...

Couple launching new Willowbank Studio in Queenston

Gail KendallSpecial to The Lake Report/Niagara Now Two visual artists are bringing their experience as art teachers in Florence, Italy, to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Sharon Okun and her husband Adam...

Letter: Town found alternate location for tai chi classes

Dear editor: The seniors in my class and I would like to give a very big thank you to Coun. Erwin Wiens and parks and recreation...

Golf: Men scoop big cash prizes

A rainout the week before led to some sizable paydays for competitors in last Thursday men's league golf competition at Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club. John Kozik...

Unvaccinated urged to get jab to protect themselves and kids

With the Delta variant growing, flu season on the horizon and children under 12 not yet eligible for COVID vaccines, NOTL pharmacist Sean Simpson...

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